Annual average wages of heavy tractor-trailor truck drivers by state as of May 2018 can vary from as low as $19,910 in states such as Arkansas and Idaho to as high as $57,630 in states such as California and Texas.
As of May 2018, the lowest employment of heavy and tractor-trailer drivers by state occured in just a few states, including Montana, Wyoming, and South Dakota with some of the highest employment occuring in such states as Wisconsin, Georgia, California, and Texas,
The pandemic could drive more fleets to consider emergency planning and has increased vehicle operating expenses for many fleets.
How has COVID-19 impacting truck fleets related to their business and overall number of loads? How might it have actually improved things?
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